An image from back in the day of shooting slide film. A sunset view of Seal Rock here in San Francisco that is always fitting for Valentines Day. [tags]San Francisco, landscape, photo, photograph, sunset, Seal Rock, Valentine’s Day[/tags]
I’m flattered to see that my “Turning Tide” image of the Golden Gate Bridge has been coming up on Flickr Explore and front page. I think it might have first appeared on Sunday and seems to be coming up still today. Kinda neat
This past week has been very hectic with work, family and photographic endeavors, but my thoughts have become occupied more and more with a friend who is terminally ill. My friend isn’t the closest, but we shared two great passions… dogs and photography. We would talk and share a good laugh at the dog park. Over time we learned that we both shared a deep interest in photography and eventually my friend jo
The second episode of EXIF and Beyond has been released. This is a video podcast and can be viewed or downloaded via iTunes: EXIF and Beyond: Mobius Arch Enjoy and by all means feel free to pass on feedback. This podcast like the last is a little rough, but as more come out I’m hoping they become more refined. Download this episode EXIF and Beyond: Mobius Arch (MP3) Previous podcast episodes can be found at EXI
On November 15th I had the opportunity to visit the Wave in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Area with a couple of new friends. Although access to this area is tightly controlled it is a frequently photographed area and I was initially reluctant to travel out for the later reason. In retrospect I’m glad I made it out, even though my camera and lens took a hard fall on the rocks and are now on vacati
As I prepare for a fast approaching presentation on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge I discovered a hidden gem missed in my earlier screening of my trip photos. Some how I looked past this image when it is the best double rainbow photo of the trip. Looking at this image makes me long to be back in the Arctic… during the summer. More images like this can be found in my Arctic Refuge series.